Blue mountains tree frogs

Discussion in 'Other Australian Reptiles and Amphibians' started by CrazyNut, Sep 10, 2016.

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  1. CrazyNut

    CrazyNut Well-Known Member

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    FINALLY. After months of searching and enclosure prep (mostly searching and other delays)I have obtained a trio of Litoria citropa!!!! I love these guys! Awesome.l littlee dudes! Very active and very colourful (and a very big pain to get a hold of)!!!!!! Ahh so happy!
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    Awesome
     
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    Congrats mate! There's not many keepers and breeders of this species. A great find!
     
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    Thanks guys
     
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    There's a good amount of green on that specimen. They are an attractive species of frog, that's for sure. A good score! 8)
     
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    I prefer more red and that one has a lot of both green and red. My favorite out of the 3!

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    He is also the most active
     
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    I agree that the ones with red on the flanks are pretty special. I've counted seven different colours on some specimens, so they're a pretty colourful species.
    Thanks for sharing. 8)
     
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    Probably the most colourful of all the australian litoria.
     
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    @CrazyNut they are beautiful!

    I'm hoping to get some in the next 6-12 months... any advice for finding breeders? (I'm in Newcastle area NSW).
     
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